Polygraphed Memories | A SOLO Exhibition Show by photography student Marc-Charbel Mattar

Artspace Hamra is hosting “Polygraphed Memories”, the solo show of senior student and photographer Marc-Charbel Mattar. The opening reception will take place on Wednesday June 15, 2016 starting 6 pm. For more info, please visit:… Continue reading

Photography Student’s interview in the media

NDU gradutate and photographer Dayana Salem El Masri talks about her series “Observable Balconies” to Christina Fakhry for Beirut.com

RAW TALENTS, A Photography & Fashion Exhibition as part of Beirut Design Week.

RAW TALENTS, A Photography & Fashion Exhibition as part of Beirut Design Week features the work of 10 emerging NDU photography students at various stages of their studies, as well as six senior fashion design… Continue reading

Photographer Tony Hage at NDU on April 20, 2016

On Wednesday April 20, 2016 photographer Tony Hage was giving a lecture on how to capture photographs on the spot and his work in particular at the NDU photography studio.

Beyond a Crisis, A photography competition for schools.

The photography program at Notre Dame University is inviting you to submit photographs in relevance to the theme BEYOND A CRISIS with a chance to win valuable cash prizes and a group exhibition.… Continue reading

On The Spot, a lecture by Tony Hage

Student Carmen Yahchouchy on MTV Prime Time News – 13/04/2016 – رغم كل شي



Photographs of the opening ceremony that took place at Byblos Bank headquarters marking Carmen Yahchouchy’s ‘Beyond Sacrifice’, her first solo photography show on Tuesday April 12, 2016 from 6:00pm to 8:30pm. Thank you all for coming,… Continue reading

Beyond Sacrifice, A solo exhibition by photographer & Senior Student Carmen Yahchouchy

Winner of the Byblos Bank award for photography 2015, Carmen Yahchouchy is a senior NDU photography student. She will be exhibiting ‘Beyond Sacrifice’ her first solo photography show at Byblos Bank headquarters – Ashrafieh on… Continue reading


Find below GIF animations done by senior student and photographer Yara Bsaibes